on the number of university applications were released yesterday, and
the results are staggering.
War on drugs a failure
Study endorses policy of harm prevention
A scathing report regarding Canada's official policy on the treatment of drug problems and its drug enforcement policies was recently published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
Analyses conducted by the United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention suggest that a maximum of five per cent of the global illegal drug flow is seized by law enforcement agencies, the study explained.
Cigarettes good for the brain?
Still cause plethora of deadly cancer
It turns out that smoking may actually be beneficial for you in your old age – that is if the lung cancer and heart disease don't kill you first.
Researchers from the University of Manitoba recently released a study in the journal Neurochemical Research, which suggests that large doses of nicotine may help to protect the brain from Alzheimer's disease.
London's face becoming increasingly multicultural
It's great to be
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